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About bomoseen avy

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  • Birthday 02/04/1966

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    Centurion Enzo SV230

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  1. Sub Help: Who’s Cut Their Hump?

    not my field of expertise. My project was with input from other crew and box/subwoofer support worked flawlessly. Good luck!
  2. Sub Help: Who’s Cut Their Hump?

    Sorry couldn't find any pics of finished product!
  3. Sub Help: Who’s Cut Their Hump?

    Did this a few years back on my '03 Avy. I had a heater port and a sub in the footrest. Sawzall around the perimeter. Used styrofoam between the back part of the hump and the steering cables and other junk that was hanging out back there so I didn't cut anything. Built a "bridge" over the hole in the floor with birch that was elevated using some plastic washers so air would flow in there and keep from collecting moisture. Coated the birch in fiberglass resin and think I plastic-dipped in black. Then mounted box with new JL sub onto the "bridge." Later built a section next to it to hold the heater vent. Was very please with the results
  4. LETS SEE YOUR RIDES

    schmexy! Good looking set-up; well executed. Even the dog matches the boat/truck combo!!
  5. 2006 Enzo storm

    I drove over 9 hours to get mine and would do it again in a heartbeat
  6. Evolution tower removed

    would love to see what your replacement looks like
  7. How do you like the ITC's at night? I have some traditional Innovative Lighting dock lights but not super bright. Wondering about adding these on as "high beams"
  8. New board

    I would have agreed with you about the surf style board getting air more easily a couple weeks ago. The Diamond 54 is definitely slipperier(?) but the more time I spend on it and find the right balance, I honestly think it's just a little different riding style. With the surf I would actually get short of breath/dry mouth and kinda tired at the end of a ride from working. I can ride a lot longer on the skim with a lot less physical work if that makes sense. The hypsta was fast with some more traction underfoot but I would not say it is anything like the race. Still feels like a skim at heart. I got the Diamond 54 for $540 cause it had a blem on the paint. These are all expensive boards
  9. The Loud BEEP of death

    Sorry to hear of your troubles, brother. I have no idea but hopefully someone with more knowledge will chime in. Glad to hear some lake time was salvageable. Is there a Mercruiser dealer around that could hook it up to the computer for diagnostics?
  10. I had an '03 Avy with walkthrough. We listed to port as we were all regular riders. Custom port avy bag (1500#) with 400#bag on port seat, 400# bag in bow and fat brick on platform with small crew. Calm lake too as rubrail was wet. Like Willy.Fire says trimmed the seat bags when more crew on board...
  11. New here, with a few Enzo questions ~

    My bad. Platform just looked low to me. Mine appears to sit a bit higher but I found this pic which looks closer to yours
  12. Dealer service

    will the Nautique dealer help you out? same parent company. I have a Mastercraft dealer that helps me with my 2013 Enzo. He and I grew rapport around my Avy that I bought in '08 and he had serviced. When I upgraded last year to the Enzo I asked him about MC boats but he didn't have anything in my price range. He then said, "no matter what you decide to do, I'd love to help you with whatever brand you end up with..." Having said that, my 2013 is way less complicated than something newer. A good dealer is worth their weight in gold
  13. New here, with a few Enzo questions ~

    Super cool boat. Never seen one of these. What was it built to tow? I think you may need to raise your swim platform from the look of your transom on the video; interested to see if others have surfed behind this particular hull and if it sets up different from a conventional enzo
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